Emerging Asian currencies trade mixed day after SNB scrapping EUR/CHF floor.
With ECB set to loosen euro taps soon, defending EUR/CHF would be quite costly for SNB.
Weak credit market data from China caps gains.
Russia's Finance Minister Anton Siluanov says falling oil prices have created a $180bn shortfall in revenues to date.
BTC/USD was down more than 30% on the day before paring a part of the losses.
The NFP data offsets FOMC's Kocherlakota comments.
Additional signs of deflation weigh on Norway's krone.
Leu has fallen 16% since June and is just 320 pips away from a record low.
Euro is 125 pips away from 11-year low, pound 221 pips away from four and a half-year low.
With opponents of austerity leading opinion polls in Greece, borrowers are hopeful of debt waiver schemes.
Cabinet decision to hike the cap to 46% from 26% is yet to secure parliament approval.
NZ dollar targets 0.7450 and 0.7350 ahead of 0.7115, on the downside.
HSBC China services PMI rises boosted by new orders.
With core inflation rate falling, fundamentals too do not support a further rally in the Pakistani rupee.
Construction PMI declines to new low adding to pound's woes.
Strong dollar rally weighs on ringgit in addition to weakening trade scenario.
HSBC/Markit manufacturing PMI up to eight-month high in December.
Pound down 0.90% as dollar index jumps over 0.5%.
The euro has fallen more than 4% over the past two weeks itself.
The Armenian central bank's 175 bps rate hike in December did not really help the dram.
When leaving the main rate at 2% on 11 December, the BoK was hopeful that inflation would rise.
Many expect China PMI to continue to show weaker conditions going forward
Experts believe Russia is not adequately resourceful to address the recession challenges.
Singapore dollar is forming a big upward channel with resistance above 1.36.
Russian government expects economy to shrink by 0.8% in 2015.
Second half performance has been crucial for all the currencies this year